Moments in Poetry: Poems of reflection, social and family,

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During this time she occasionally sent articles to newspapers in Montreal. When she was a child the family moved to England. Born August 8, 1868,St Mary�s the Less, Durham, England. A Poem. (1812) (British Women Romantic Poets Project, UC Davis) Poetical Effusions (1814) (British Women Romantic Poets Project, UC Davis) Simple Poems on Simple Subjects (1805) (British Women Romantic Poets Project, UC Davis) Lady Morgan Page (Karen Thigpen, Georgia Southern U) The Mohawks, a Satirical Poem with Notes (1822) (British Women Romantic Poets Project, UC Davis) Irene, a Poem in Six Cantos (1833) (British Women Romantic Poets Project, UC Davis) Janetta Philipps, Poems (1811) (British Women Romantic Poets Project, UC Davis) Original Poems by Mrs.

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Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform; 1 edition (June 7, 2014)

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